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Editor in Chief-SALLY AAcLEAN 

Business Manager-ARLENE RABIL 

Faculty Advisors-RUSSELL ARNOLD 

GEORGE HARRY SWAIN 




CONTENTS 

Administration 

Faculty 

Classes 

Organizations 

Features 

Activities 

Athletics 




Hackney Hall 



DEDICATED 




For giving us encouragement and guid- 
ance we, the staff of the Pine Knot, 
humbly and gratefully dedicate our year- 
book of nineteen hundred sixty-one to 
Russell W. Arnold. 

A native of North Carolina, he received 
his A.B. degree from Atlantic Christian 
College, his A.M. from the University of 
North Carolina, and furthered his studies 
under Hans Hoffman and at the New 
York Art Students League. 

Since returning to Atlantic Christian 
College, he has done much to promote 
interest in art through the exhibits of stu- 
dents of our own and other colleges 
while serving as associate professor and 
chairman of the art department. With 
deep appreciation we fondly acknowl- 
edge his contributions and his services. 



IN APPRECIATION 




FOR SINCERE SERVICE 



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GROUNDS FOR LEARNING 



The doorways through which we pass daily during our college career 
are mere symbols of the contribution of each campus building to a well- 
educated individual, not only academically but also to enable him to live 
in harmony with other people. The whole picture of the campus is not 
complete without the many and varied aspects of a college campus. 




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The "White House" serves as a music building for students 
who wait patiently in hopes of a new music and art 
building. 



Many leisure hours are spent in the "Bohunk"— a place 
for relaxation and fellowship. 




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DR. ARTHUR D. WENGER 
President of Atlantic Christian College 



At the conclusion of another academic year thoughts return quite unbidden to 
the things which have become a part of us during our stay here on the campus of 
Atlantic Christian College. There are the incidents, the experiences and particularly 
the persons who have made our lives forever different than they would have been 
had we not encountered them. 

It is my sincere hope that the 1961 edition of The Pine Knot will yield many 
happy hours of remembrance to all who read it now and in future years, but in 
a special way to those members of the Class of 1961 who now leave our campus 
community. 

To them we all join in expressing our appreciation for their friendship and our 
hearty good wishes for happy and useful years ahead. 

Arthur D. Wenger 
President 



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MILLARD P. BURT, Dean, A.B., Atlantic Christian College, A.M., Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina 





MILTON L. ADAMS, Business Manager, A.B., Atlantic 
Christian College 



R. WORDEN ALLEN JR., Director of Development, A.B., 
Atlantic Christian College, B.D., Texas Christian Uni- 
versity 



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THE ADMINISTRATORS 



A competent Administrative Staff is a vital 
element of any progressive institution. Dynamic 
interest, capable supervision, and genuine friend- 
liness, which are demonstrated by the staff, have 
played an important part in the rapid expansion 
of Atlantic Christian College. Their untiring ef- 
forts throughout the year have helped to make 
the college the outstanding institution which it 
is today. 

Management and guidance have been accepted 
as a challenge and have been met with splendid 
success. The staff's work has broadened the 
name and reputation of Atlantic Christian College 
to reach people throughout the East. 




JAMES D. DANIELL, Director of Alumni Affairs, 
A.B., Atlantic Christian College; M.Ed., University 
of Georgia. 





JOHN M. WATERS, Special Assistant to the President, 
A.B., D.D., Atlantic Christian College. 



EDWARD E. BEELER, Director of Publicity and Special 
Activities, A. B., University of Oregon. 



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JAMES B. HEMBY, JR., Director of Admissions and 
Religious Life, A.B., Atlantic Christian College; B.D., 
Vanderbilt University. 




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SARAH BAIN WARD, Dean of Women, A.B., 
Atlantic Christian College; A.M., Columbia 
University. 




BETHANY R. JOYNER, Registrar, A.B., Atlantic Christian 
College. 




D. L. WARREN, Director of Guidance and 
Student Life, A.B., Phillips University. 



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JOHN RICH, Dean of Men, A.B., Atlantic Christian 
College; A.M., George Peabody College for Teachers. 




JESSIS M. DANIEL, Assistant Dean of Women and 
Director of Student Center, A.B., Atlantic Christian 
College. 




MILDRED D. ROSS, Bookkeeper. 




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EARL J. McFARLANE, Superintendent of Buildings 
and Grounds. 



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N. LYNN BARBER, Librarian, A.B., University of 
Texas; M.S., University of Houston; A. M., Univer- 
sity of Denver. 




IRENE HARRELL, Assistant Librarian, 
A.B., Ohio State University; B.S. in 
L.S., University of North Carolina. 




ANN SOLOMONS, Assistant Librarian, 
A.B., Columbia College; M.A. in L.S., 
Florida State University. 





MARY WILSON, R.N., Nurse. 



IRENE GRAY, Dietitian. 



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ESSIE DAVIS, House Mother 



SECRETARIES 




MRS. MILEY JOHNSON, House Mother 




MRS. ROSA TYNDALL, House Mother 




MRS. C. HARRISON 
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FACULTY 




RUSSELL W. 
ARNOLD 




MRS. BENJAMIN BARDIN 
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During the period prior to and immediately after World War I, 
Atlantic Christian College possessed a strong series of art courses. 
The late Twenties saw the end of many things in the United 
States, (including the flapper girl) among which was the strong 
arts program of the College. The period from 1930 to 1950 
was a low point for arts at Atlantic Christian College. 

The fall of 1950-51 saw the employment of Mr. Russell W. 
Arnold; the announced purpose, to redevelop the arts program 
of the College; the ultimate goal, to create a fully constituted 
department of Plastic-Graphic Arts at the College. At the be- 
ginning, the following philosophy was announced: "To develop 
a broad program of art courses encompassing both studio and 
academic approaches, to offer programs in art for fine artists, 
commercial artists, and public school teachers ... we wish to 
encourage those who take art courses as an avocation . . . con- 
tinued development of the Department's program and offerings 
will remain a constant goal. It is our desire to develop and 
nurture a vigorous and creative approach to a living art on the 
part of each individual student. The Department will tie itself 
to no particular stylistic approach, however . . . we expect to 
develop a Department second to none in our area . . ." 

Ten years have passed, and today many of these goals have 
been achieved; others are near. Additional faculty and equip- 
ment, the continued evolution of policy, and results in terms of 
students are part of the present. The Art Department of Atlantic 
Christian College is one of the more respected College Art Depart- 
ments in the Virginia-Carolinas area. A further step in the De- 
partment's program is imminent. A new building for the Music 
and Art Departments is in the planning stage. Additional space 
and equipment, and additional faculty will soon make possible 
another giant step in the process of development of the Art Depart- 
ment, and ultimately, in the development of Atlantic Christian 
College. 



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The Department of Business was organized in response 
to a demand for courses designed to prepare students 
for business careers and for teaching business subjects in 
the secondary school. The courses offered cover the 
general field of Business and Economics. 

The main objectives of the Business Department are 
to prepare students for accounting positions, secretarial 
service, banking, merchandising, and executive positions 
in the field of business and industry, and to train teachers 
of business subjects. The students receive instruction 
both in sound business principles and in the practical 
applications of these principles. The curricula include 
subjects which provide a liberal college education in 
addition to technical training. 



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The Department of Education and Psychology offers 
a major in Elementary Education and minors in Secondary 
Education and Psychology. 

This year we have approximately 180 majors in the 
department and are supervising 145 students doing 
practice teaching. The Department sponsors a Student 
N.E.A. and each year conducts a workshop for teachers 
in our area. 

This year three new teachers have come to the Depart- 
ment; one in the field of Psychology, one in the field of 
Elementary, and one in the field of Practice Teaching. 
The Department is now composed of Dr. M. Burt, Chair- 
man, Dr. V. Elliott, Mr. S. Stell, Mrs. P. Jones, and Mr. 
J. Barden. 



EDUCATION 

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The Department of English is interested in reading and 
writing— writing that really says something and reading 
that really does something to those who open the books. 

The Department, much concerned with what is creative, 
is proud of its magazine, The Little Review; of the recent 
achievement of its poets and playwrights; of the plays 
produced by Stage and Script. 

Usually, the Department has about forty majors. Many 
of these prepare for high school or college teaching; some 
aspire to the stage or other types of work in the theater; 
some will go into journalism; a few will do editing or 
public relations work; others, using English as a second 
major, will go into the ministry. 

The Department has six full-time teachers and one 
part-time instructor. Three of these are from North 
Carolina; one is from Connecticut; one is from Ohio; one 
is from Kentucky; and now a talented Texan has joined 
the ranks. 

The Department offers several kinds of majors: the 
major taken by those who wish teacher-certification; the 
major for those who do not plan to teach in high school; 
and the major with a speech-drama slant. 

Room 217 in the Classroom Building is the meeting 
place for English majors. There, or in the homes of staff 
members, these students often talk far into the night 
about everything from the "Beats" to Shakespeare. There 
is an "esprit de corps" among them and a genuine con- 
cern with things of the mind. 



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The Department of Health and Physical Educa- 
tion at Atlantic Christian College is concerned 
with providing instruction in healthful living that 
will develop good health habits and attitudes; four 
semesters of diversified physical education activity 
for all students; the professional education of 
prospective physical education teachers and 
athletic coaches; a broad program of intramural 
sports for men and women. The department also 
cooperates with the director of athletics in the 
conduct of a well balanced program of intercol- 
legiate athletics. 




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PHYSICAL 

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Within the setting of a rapidly shrinking world, the 
Modern Foreign Language Department of Atlantic Christian 
College is seeking to provide a foundation in language 
study that will lead the student to a better understanding 
of the world, its people, and their patterns of life. We 
believe that progressive knowledge of the culture of for- 
eign peoples and Americans of foreign birth will con- 
tribute to the cause of world peace. This philosophy, 
molded into the program of the Modern Language De- 
partment, has led to the development and preparation 
of the cultured and informed citizen of the future. 

Our goal is to teach the student to speak, understand, 
read, and write the foreign language effectively enough 
both to appreciate the culture it represents and to relate 
it to our own. The department seeks to provide voca- 
tional training for those who plan to teach or enter other 
professions, as well as to prepare those who plan to enter 
graduate schools which require a knowledge of one or 
more foreign languages. The Department supports also 
the continued interest in the teaching of foreign language 
on the elementary level in the public schools. 

The program is designed to help the student to use his 
own language more effectively through the study of a 
foreign language. English, its origin, vocabulary, and 
grammar may actually be better understood through the 
study of a foreign language. 



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The Department of Music offers the Bachelor of Arts 
degree in Instrumental Music, Voice, and Music Education, 
and the Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education. 

A group of select students makes up the Chapel Choir 
which provides music for various chapel programs. The 
College Chorus has been active throughout the years 
performing at local functions, Disciples of Christ conven- 
tions and making a tour each spring throughout surround- 
ing states. The College Band is primarily one of concert 
giving off-campus programs as well as campus concerts 
and assembly programs. The Marching Band participates 
in a number of parades throughout the year. 

Advanced students and faculty members present recitals 
in Howard Chapel and the Music Department is active in 
securing musical programs of increasing quality and 
quantity for the student body. 



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The Religion and Philosophy Department of Atlantic 
Christian College seeks to make religion an interesting 
and vital force in the lives of all of our students. Feeling 
that religion is the hub of culture, we are committed to 
the proposition that the interrelatedness of all disciplines 
with religion should be shown. 

It is our intention to confront all students with Ultimate 
Reality and to provide an effective lay leadership for the 
churches of our lands. We feel that this is equal in 
importance with the pre-professional training of young 
people for church vocations. 

Our program for those in church vocations is designed 
to do two things. First, to give a broad, liberal arts 
background, and second, to give depth in pre-professional 
training.-. 

The broadness of our program and concern is ev- 
idenced by the fact that 79 young people from 10 
denominations are pursuing their church vocational train- 
ing at our institution. Further, it is manifested by the fact 
that each of these young persons receive, regardless of 
their church affiliation, a scholarship of equal amount. 

Eastern North Carolina benefits tremendously from the 
existing program in that 50 churches are served by the 
students and faculty of Atlantic Christian College at the 
present time. Hundreds of others are being served by 
former students of the institution. 



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One of the fundamental purposes 
of the Department of Science and 
Mathematics is to help students de- 
velop a method of working and 
thinking in an academic atmosphere 
based on honest and intellectual in- 
vestigation. 

Secondly, the Department attempts 
to help students develop an interest, 
understanding, and appreciation for 
the physical and biological phenom- 
ena of the universe. 

In addition, the Department strives 
to provide thorough preparation for 
all those persons who have chosen 
science or mathematics as their field 
of endeavor whether it is in the form 
of terminal or pre-professional pre- 
paration. 



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MATHEMATICS 




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The Department of Social Studies includes several areas 
of study. Within the Department, students may major 
in history or political science, and minor in history, 
political science or sociology. 

Courses in the area of social studies attempt to give 
students a broader understanding of the society in which 
they live; and in this way, it is the Department's ultimate 
objective to produce better citizens. 



DR. WILLIAM F. 
TROUTMAN 



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Servant of God, well done! 

Rest from thy loved employ-. 
The battle fought, the victory won, 

Enter thy Master's joy. 



I ne pains or aeatn are past, 
Labour and sorrow cease, 

And Life's long warfare closed at last, 
Thy soul is found in peace. 

—James AAontgomery 



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FOREIGN STUDENTS 



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OFFICERS 

President— Frank Brooks 
Vice President— Judy Collins 
Treasurer— Annette Fuller 
Secretary— Liz Winbourne 



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SENIORS . . 



SAMUEL V. ADCOCK 
Walstonburg, N. C. 
Business Administration, B.S. 

W. G. ALFORD, JR. 
Youngsville, N. C. 
History 
Intramurals 



WILLIAM ROBERT ATKINSON 

Kenly, N. C. 

Physical Education 

Basketball, Baseball, Physical Education Club 

ROBERT R. AVENT 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Business 





JUDITH BAILEY 
Wilson, N. C. 
Religion 

Governing Committee Bohunk 

LAWRENCE G. BAREFOOT 
Four Oaks, N. C. 
Business Administration 



ROBERT BAREFOOT 
Benson, N. C. 
Business Administration 

ANNE SUMMERLIN BARHAM 

Kenly, N. C. 

English 

Stage and Script, Library 



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DOROTHY JEAN BAZEMORE 
Cofield, N. C. 
Primary Education, B.S. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, W.R.A., S.N.E.A., I.F.C., Sopho- 
more Class Vice President, Junior Class Vice President, 
Bohunk Governing Board. 

EUGENE MURRAY BEACHAM 

Aurora, N. C. 

History 



ROGER BEAMAN 
Snow Hill, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



ALFRED KENT BEAVER 
Snow Hill, N. C. 
Social Science 



LEONARD HALL BARLOW, JR. 

Kannapolis, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Intramurals 

DAVE BARRIGER, JR. 

Apopka, Fla. 

Business 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Basketball, Track, Cross Country 



JANE ELIZABETH BARROW 
Ayden, N. C. 
Social Science, A.B. 
S. N. E. A. 



ADOLPHUS WARD 
Spring Hope, N. C. 
Mathematics, B.S. 



BATCHELOR 




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SENIORS . . 




JEWEL ANNE BLOWE 

Boykins, Va. 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority Officer, S.N.E.A., W.R.A. 

NELDA FAYE BOSWELL 
Fremont, N. C. 
Business Education 



WILLIAM SLOAN BOWLING 
Broadway, N. C. 
Business Administration 

JOHN WINFIELD BOYD, JR. 

Yeadon, Pa. 

Physical Education 

Varsity Basketball, Physical Education Club 



PATRICIA ELLIS BELANGIA 

Charleston, S. C. 

History, A.B. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, W.R.A. , S.N.E.A., Dorm President, 

Chairman Bohunk Board. 

WILLIAM IVON BEDDINGFIELD 
Zebulon, N. C. 
History 
Intramurals, Tennis 



JUDY BISSETT 

Wilson, N. C. 

Biology, B.S. 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority President and Treasurer, Science 

Club, W.R.A., Collegiate Staff, Publication Award, Band, 

Majorette, Golden Knot Honor Society, I.F.C. 

RUBY MAREADY BLACKMORE 

Warsaw, N. C. 

8/o/ogy 

President N. C. Collegiate Academy of Science 




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MARY SUE BRANNAN 

Kenly, N. C. 

English 

President, Secretary of Sigma Pi Alpha, Stage and Script 

WILLIE M. BRANNAN, JR. 

Zebulon, N. C. 

Accounting 

Freshman Marshal, Junior Marshal, Accounting Club, 

Chorus 



JULIA BRITTON 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Biology, B.S. 

WILLIAM H. BROCKETT, JR. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Business Administration, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Phi, Intramurals 





KENNETH EARL BRYAN 
Grantham, N. C. 
Physical Education 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Physical Education Club, Treas- 
urer of Student Body, Vice President of Student Body, 
Intramurals, Baseball 

DENAIZE CLINTON BUNN 
Louisburg, N. C. 
Business Education, B.S. 
W.R.A., S.N.E.A., Business Club 



NANCY BUSCEMI 

Wilson, N. C. 

Primary Education 

S.N.E.A., Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Band, Majorette, W.R.A. 

EDWARD C. CAMMER 

Wilson, N. C. 

Biology 



SENIORS . . 



RUBY CARLTON 

Littleton, N. C. 

Elementary Education, B.S. 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, S.N.E.A. 

LACHLIN M. CASHWELL 
Hope Mills, N. C. 
Mathematics 



FRANCIS M. COLLINS 

Elm City, N. C. 

Social Studies 

Sigma Pi Alpha Fraternity, Band 

JUDITH ELIZABETH COLLINS 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Primary Education 

Vice President of Sigma Tau Chi, Vice President of Senior 

Class, Secretary of Harper Hall Council 





BEVERLY COX 

Aurora, N. C. 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Intramurals 

DURWOOD E. CRATCH 
Washington, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Business Club 



LEWIS STEPHEN CREECH 

Middlesex, N. C. 

Art 

Stage and Script 

MARY ELLEN CREECH 
Zebulon, N. C. 
8/o/ogy, B.S. 
W.R.A. 



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EMMITT ROBINSON DAVIS, JR. 

Kinston, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 

GLENYCE LEE DAVIS 

Wilson, N. C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Collegiate, Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, Band, S.N.E.A. 



NANCY JONES DAVIS 
Wilson, N. C. 
Business Education 
Business Club 

ROSEAAARY DEBENNING 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



ROBERT J. CREECH 

Selma, N. C. 
History, A.B. 
Varsity Tennis 

S. LYNNE CREWS 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Delta Sigma Sorority, W.R.A. 



J. R. CRUMPLER 
Pikeville, N. C. 
Accounting 
Accounting Club 

CECIL OWENS DAUGHTRY 
Fasion, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Business Club 




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SENIORS . . 




PEGGY BEAM EAKER 
Nashville, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

WILLIAM PATRICK EDWARDS 
Pinetops, N. C. 
Mathematics 
Alpha Sigma Phi 



MARION ERWIN 
Wilson, N. C. 
History 

FRANCES EVETT 
Wilson, N. C. 
Primary Education 

Vice President Junior Class, Secretary of Sophomore Class, 
Homecoming Sponsor I, Band, S.N.E.A. Chaplain 2, Pres- 
ident 4 



SUE WHEELER DENNING 

Benson, N. C. 

Primary Education 

Secretary Caldwell Hall, Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, S.N.E.A. 

RONALD SHERMAN DORSEY 
Oxford, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Business Club 



JOYCE MAE DUDLEY 
Ayden, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

JESSE J. DUELL, JR. 
Smithfield, Va. 
English 
Sigma Pi 




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JULIAN WILLIAM FIELDS 
Lagrange, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Sigma Pi, Business Club 

ROBERT L. FLEMING, JR. 
Pikeville, N. C. 
Accounting 
Accounting Club 



BECKY JO FLORA 

Wilson, N. C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Historian, Treasurer, S.N.E.A., 

Band 

GARLAND LEE FRYE 

Wilson, N. C. 

History 

Alpha Sigma Phi 





JAMES ROBERT FULGHUM 
Kenly, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 

L. ANNETTE FULLER 

Lcuisburg, N. C. 

English 

Social Committee, Concert Committee, Phi Sigma Tau 

Sorority, S.N.E.A., Vice President, Dorm Council, W.R.A. 



DIXIE JOYCE GARDNER 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Business Education 
Business Club 

SUZANNE MARIE GOUDY 

Wilson, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Sigma Pi Alpha, S.N.E.A. 



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SENIORS . . . 



BOBBIE JEAN GRADY 

AAt. Olive, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Omega Chi— Treasurer, S.N.E.A., President of Women's 
Dormitory Council, I.F.C. 

JOHN W. GRAY 

Pollocksville, N. C. 

Biology 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Science Club, Track Team 



PEGGIE NELL GREENE 

Zebulon, N. C. 

Music Education, B.S. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, I.F.C, Dorm Council, Cheerleader 

J. P. GREENWAY 
Greenville, N. C. 
Religion, A.B. 
President of Circle K 





FLORA GRIFFIN 

Wilson, N. C. 

Business Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Pine Knot, Business Manager, 

Golden Knot Honor Society, Cheerleader, Treasurer of 

C.C.A., Vice President of W.R.A. 

WALTER E. GUPTON 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Accounting 



CLAUDIUS L. GURGANUS 
Smithfield, N. C. 
Business Administration 

WILLIE OWEN GUY 
Beaulaville, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



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MARTHA ELIZABETH HUNTER 

Wilson, N. C. 

Business Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Business Club, S.N.E.A. 

WELLON SMITH HUNTER 

Chinquapin, N. C. 
Business Administration 



ALICE LOU JACKSON 

Dunn, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

SUEBELLE JACKSON 

Dunn, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Omega Chi Sorority— Vice President, Vice President of 

Women's Dorm Council, Chorus, Stage and Script 



JAMES A. HARRIS 
Newton Grove, N. C. 
Physical Education 

DOROTHY C. HODGES 

Wilson, N. C. 

History 



DAVID JACK HOWELL 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Business Administration 

JANICE PAULA HUGGINS 

Fort Barnwell, N. C. 

History 

Delta Sigma Sorority, W.R.A. 




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JOSEPH WEAVER KEEN 
Rich Square, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Business Club 

JANICE KILBY 

Bath, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Omega Chi Sorority, S.N.E.A., W.R.A. 



RALPH EDWARD KING 

Ocala, Fla. 

Business Administration 

Vice President of Sigma Pi Fraternity, Business Club, Band 

WILLIAM JOHN KING 
Nashville, N. C. 
French 



ROBERT H. JENKINS 
Zebulon, N. C. 
History 

JOYCE JOHNSON 
Sanford, N. C. 
Art, B.S. 
Omega Chi Sorority 



JOANN KEARNEY 
Eureka, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 

BARBARA KEEN 

Mt. Olive, N. C. 

Mathematics 

Dorm Council, Science Club, Omega Chi Sorority, S.N.E.A., 

W.R.A. 




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DICK KNOX 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Physical Education 

Basketball, Track, Dorm Council 

SARAH LAFRAGE 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Business 



PEGGIE ANNETTE LAMM 
Selma, N. C. 
Business Education 

THOMAS W. LAMM 
Micro, N. C. 
Business 





CONNIE LANCASTER 

Eureka, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 

JOHN SANDERS LEACH 
Wilson, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Business Club 



HORACE ALTON LEE, JR. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Religion and English 

Collegiate Co-Editor, Men's Dorm Council, Presbyterian 

Representative of C.C.A., Pine Knot— Literary Editor 3, Vice 

President of Stage and Script 

JANE WATSON LEE 

Lowland, N. C. 
Business Education 
Sigma Tau Chi 



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JENNY LEE 

Phnom-Penh, Cambodia 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Sigma Pi 

JULIUS H. LEE 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Social Studies 



ROBERT D. MATTHEWS 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Religion and History 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Circle K Club, Band, Chorus, 

Christian Service Workshop, Social Committee 

SHIRLEY PATSY MAY 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Religion 

Omega Chi Sorority, Collegiate, Stage and Script, C.C.A., 
W.R.A. 





BILLY HAROLD MAYO 

Whitakers, N. C. 

Science Education 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Science Club 

JOHNNY McBRIDE 
Morehead City, N. C. 
Religion 

President of C.C.A., Chorus, Chaplain of Alpha Sigma Phi 
Fraternity, President of B.S.U. 



george j. McClelland 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Religion 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 

BETTY LOU McLAMB 
Newton Grove, N. C. 
Mathematics 
S.N.E.A. 



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BILLY CHARLES MERRITT 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

History 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 

JOHNNY FLOYD MERRITT 

Weldon, N. C. 

Math 



PEGGY LEWIS MERRITT 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Primary Education 
Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 

LINVILLE E. MIDGETTE 
Cary, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 



COLON W. McLEAN, JR. 

Washington, N. C. 

Math and Physical Education 

Tennis Team, Physical Education Club 

SALLY McLEAN 
Wilson, N. C. 
Art 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, Editor of Pine Knot, S.N.E.A. 



DOROTHY STILLEY MERCER 
Trenton, N. C. 
Business Education 
Business Club 

GEORGE STEPHEN MERCER 

Wilson, N. C. 

Science 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Circle K Club, President of 

Sophomore Class, Science Club 




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IDA SUE NEIGHBORS 

Dunn, N. C. 

Business Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Chorus, I.F.C., President of Harper 

Hall, S.N.E.A. 

TOMMY NORVELL 
Wilson, N. C. 
Religion 

President of Hackney Hall, Chorus 



ERNEST V. ODEN 

Zionsville, Indiana 
Physical Education 
Sigma Pi Fraternity, Basketball 

MARY LOU PARKER 

Elm City, N. C. 

English 

Stage and Script 



JUDY MILLS 

Grantsboro, N. C. 

Business Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, S.N.E.A. 

LINDA MILLS 
Grantsboro, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
Omega Chi Sorority 



CLYDE MORGAN 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Sigma Pi Fraternity 

ALBERT RONNIE MURPHEY 
Middlesex, N. C. 
Physical Education 




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CLARENCE WRIGHT PARSONS 
Clinton, N. C. 
Biology 
Science Club 

AAARSHALL SINGLETON PARVIN, JR. 

Lenior, N. C. 

Religion 

Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Chorus 



ZILPHIA GREY PEACOCK 
Benson, N. C. 
Business Education 
Business Club, S.N.E.A. 

DOROTHY PEARCE 
Princeton, N.C. 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 





WADE THOMPSON PEARSON 
Wilson, N. C. 
Business Administration 

DORIS B. PEEDIN 
Smithfield, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



BABETTA PERSONS 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 

BETTE POMFREY 
Wilson, N. C. 
Math 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, Business Manager, The Collegiate, 
President, Golden Knot Honor Society, Treasurer, Co- 
operative Association, Chief Marshal, Treasurer of Sopho- 
more Class 



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FLORA MARIE PRILLAMAN 
Stoneville, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

ROBERTA PRITCHARD 

Wilson, N. C. 

English 

Collegiate, Stage and Script 



JIMMY QUALLS 
Hallister, N. C. 
Business Administration 

ARLINE ANGELE RABIL 

Wilson, N. C. 

Business Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Business Manager of Pine Knot, 

S.N.E.A. 





O. W. RAPER, JR. 
Lucama, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 

MYRTLE JOYCE REASONS 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 
History 



ANNETTE WHITE RICHARDSON 
Dover, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

RICHARD M. RICHARDSON 
Dover, N. C. 
Social Studies 



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DON RAY SHIRLEY 

Wilson, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Accounting Club 

WILLIAM BOND SHOULDICE 

Miami, Florida 

Math 

Delta Sigma Phi Sorority, Circle K, Basketball, Track 



LEON H. SIKES 

Rosehill, N. C. 

8io/ogy 

Science Club, Science Academy 

DONN L. SIMON 

Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

Biology 

Pine Knot, Science Club, Science Academy 



FRANCIS TERRILL RILEY, JR. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Religion and English 

Co-Editor, The Collegiate, President of Campus Ministerial 

Association, Stage and Script 

REID REGINALD ROGERS 
Buies Creek, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 



MILTON EDWARD ROUSH 

Newport, N. C. 

Science 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Circle K, Science Club 

RICHARD AVERY SASSER, JR. 

Fremont, N. C. 

Accounting 




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CAROLYN STANLEY 
Four Oaks 
Primary Education 
Chorus, S.N.E.A. 

LARRY STANLEY 
Clarendon, N. C. 
Business Administration 



PEGGY JEAN STANLEY 
Four Oaks, N. C. 
Business Education 
Business Club, S.N.E.A. 

VICKI LYNN STOTT 
Wilson, N. C. 
Primary Education 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, S.N.E.A., Business Staff of Col- 
legiate. 



DAVID V. SMITH 

Greenville, S. C. 

Political Science and History 

President of Cooperative Association, Circle K Club, Sigma 

Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Pi Alpha Fraternity 

THOAAAS C. SMITH 

Moss Hill, N. C. 

Chemistry 

Golden Knot Honor Society 



MARY SANDRA SPELL 

Roseboro, N. C. 

Primary Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, S.N.E.A., Chorus 

GEORGE TONY STALLINGS 

Sims, N. C. 

Business Administration 




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KAY STRUM 
Nashville, N. C. 
Primary Education 
Omega Chi Sorority, Chorus 

WEN-HSUEH SUN 

Taiwan, China 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Sorority 



HAZEL H. SURLES 
Micro, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

WILLIAM B. SWANSON 

Louisburg, N. C. 

Accounting 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 





BOBBY M. SWINSON 
Mt. Olive, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 

BAILEY SWERTFEGER 

Norfolk, Virginia 

History 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 



JIMMY LEE TAYLOR 

Robersonville, N. C. 

Business Administration 

President of Sigma Pi Fraternity, Band, Business Club 

PHYLLIS TAYLOR 
Wilson, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



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TOMMY HOYLE TEMPLE 
Zebulon, N. C. 
Chemistry 

JOSEPH EARL THAIN 
Mt. Olive, N. C. 

Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 



JULIA THEODORE 
Lumberton, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 

JAMES EARL TYNDALL 

Deep Run, N. C. 

Accounting 

Baseball, Accounting Club 





MYRTLE TYSON 
Walstonburg, N. C. 
Primary Education 
S.N.E.A. 

JOHN VERNON 

Alexandria, Virginia 

English 

President of Stage and Script 



WILLIAM THOMAS VICK 
Wilson, N. C. 
Chemistry 
Science Club 

ZARELDA WALSTON 
Farmville, N. C. 
Biology 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, Golden Knot Honor Society, Secre- 
tary I.F.C., Pi Alpha Fraternity, Band, Treasurer of Dorm- 
itory Council, Secretary of Cooperative Association, Band, 
Science Club 



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ELIZABETH WELLS 

Trenton, N. C. 

Biology 

Omega Chi Sorority, Pine Knot, Science Club 

LOUISE WELLS 

Bailey, N. C. 

Chemistry 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, Golden Knot Honor Society, Sigma 

Pi Alpha Fraternity 



WILLIAM J. WESCOTT 

Manteo, N. C. 

Biology 

CLIFTON B. WHITE 

Kinston, N. C. 

Biology 

Sigma Pi Fraternity 



JANET ROSE WARREN 
Dunn, N. C. 

Primary Education 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Dormitory Council, S.N.E.A. 

WILLIAM DIXON WATERS, JR. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Religion 

Baptist Student Union 



JAMES MARION WEAVER 

Mt. Olive, N. C. 

History 

JOHN S. WEAVER 
Henderson, N. C. 
English 




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SENIORS . . . 




RALPH WINCHESTER 
Lenior, N. C. 
Accounting 

IOLA JANE WINSLOW 
Belvidere, N. C. 
Primary Education 
S.N.E.A. 



EDWARD DEWITT WINSTEAD 

Wilson, N. C. 

Math 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Sigma Pi Alpha Fraternity, 
Golden Knot Honor Society, Pine Knot, Stage and Script, 
School Photographer, Science Club 

MERRY WILLIAMS WINSTEAD 

Wilson, N. C. 

English 

Omega Chi Sorority 



JEAN VAUGHAN WIGGS 
Wilson, N. C. 
Primary Education 
S.N.E.A. 

BESS WILLIAMS 
Clayton, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



RICHARD JEROME WILLIAMS 
Wilson, N. C. 
Religion and English 
Stage and Script, Collegiate 

ELIZABETH ANN WINBORNE 
Wilson, N. C. 
Elementary Education 

President of Omega Chi Sorority, Head Cheerleader, Treas- 
urer of Senior Class, Chorus, S.N.E.A., Stage and Script 




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JEAN CAROLYN WOOD 
Benson, N. C. 
Business Education 

LEONARD B. WOODALL 
Lucama, N. C. 
Social Science 



CHARLES R. WOODARD 

Pine Level, N. C. 

Math 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 

LENORA AA. WOODARD 
Princeton, N. C. 
Elementary Education 





JULIUS G. WOODY, JR. 

Smithfield, N. C. 

Business Education 

Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Treasurer of I.F.C. 

BILL R. YAWN 
Clayton, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
Collegiate 



HAROLD E. YERT, JR. 

Washington, N. C. 
Biology and Religion 

LYNN SHARPE 

Elm City, N. C. 

History 

Dance Contest Winner 



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OFFICERS 

President— Jim Van Camp 
Vice President— Frances Evett 
Treasurer— Billy Batchelor 
Secretary— Lou Warner 



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James Louis Abrams 

Macclesfield, N. C. 
Jeffrey L. Adams 

Newton Grove, N. C. 
Jimmy Lewis Adams 

Seven Springs, N. C. 
Audrey Alphin 

Mt. Olive, N. C. 



John Daniel Bain III 
Lucama, N. C. 

Bobby Gene Barfield 

Wilson, N. C. 
William W. Barker 

Kinston, N. C. 
Roy Russell Barnes, Jr. 

Battleboro, N. C. 



Dolly Anne Barron 

Wilson, N. C. 
Janice Barwick 

Deep Run, N. C. 
Joyce Barwick 

La Grange, N. C. 
William Ruffin Batchelor 

Wilson, N. C. 



Frankie Beacham 
Aurora, N. C. 

Joan Bennett 
Aurora, N. C. 

Chester P. Best, Jr. 
La Grange, N. C. 

Lily Rose Best 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Tenya Bisse.tt 

Wilson, N. C. 
Peggy Bivins 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Jerry Malcolm Blackmon 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Janet Blackwood 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Jeanne Boone 

Elm City, N. C. 
Elizabeth Bell Brinson 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Harold R. Brown 

Zebulon, N. C. 
Billy Bruffey 

Kinston, N. C. 





Cinda Tucker Bunting 

Robersonville, N. C. 
Jerry Burton 

Asheville, N. C. 
Gene Byerly 

Lexington, N. C. 
Peggy Carr 

Pinetops, N. C. 



Rebecca Ann Cartwright 

Washington, N. C. 
Glenn F. Clack 

Rockingham, N. C. 
Richard H. Clayton III 

Williamston, N. C. 
Martha Collins 

Elm City, N. C. 



Lucy W. Cone 
Zebulon, N. C. 

Bobby Congleton 
Stokes, N. C. 

Linda Corbett 
Farmville, N. C. 

Larry Joe Crawford 
Durham, N. C. 



Larry Daniel 
Middlesex, N. 



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Ava Davenport 
Trenton, N. C. 

Regina Davis 

Falls Church, Va. 

Diane Deans 
Sims, N. C. 



Lois Denning 

Four Oafcs, N. C. 
Jay B. Dixon, Jr. 

Wilson, N. C. 
Sandra Elizabeth Du Bois 

Wilson, N. C. 
Claud Lee Dunn, Jr. 

Zebulon, N. C. 



Phyllis Y. Edmundson 

Fremont, N. C. 
Eddie Elias, Jr. 

We/don, N. C. 
Jo Ann Ellis 

W/'/son, N. C. 
William Alvin Ethridge 

Goldsboro, N. C. 



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Jewel Felts 

Boykins, Va. 
Johnnie P. Fields 

La Grange, N. C. 
Shirley Fields 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Ellen Ann Finch 

Merry Hill, N. C. 



Charles W. Fisher, Jr. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Mary Sue Fisher 

Kinston, N. C. 
Gail L. Fleming 

Pikeville, N. C. 
Mary Cobb Forbes 

Fayetteville, N. C. 



Helen D. Foss 

La Grange, N. C. 
Claude E. Gillikin, Jr. 

Kenly, N. C. 

Edward Lee Glover 

Dover, N. C. 
Betty Glynn Godwin 

Clayton, N. C. 



Travis Goff 

Fountain, N. C. 
Patricia Janelle Hall 

Laurinburg, N. C. 
Ann Hamilton 

Smithfield, N. C. 
Barbara Jean Harrison 

Wilson, N. C. 



Sherwood Henderson 
Maysville, N. C. 

Sybil Anne Hill 

Dover, N. C. 
Clara E. Hines 

Princeton, N. C. 
Barbara Woodall Hinton 

Princeton, N. C. 



William Stafford Hodgin 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 

Richard Hubbard 

Wilson, N. C. 
Dorothy Humphrey 

Beulaville, N. C. 
Jackie V. Hussey 

Robbins, N. C. 




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Jo Ann Johnson 

Wendell, N. C. 
Joseph Clay Jones 

Pink Hill, N. C. 
Jerry Jay Juren 

Fremont, N. C. 
Lilly Gray Ketner 

Rocky Mounf, N. C. 



Eleanor White King 

Wilson, N. C. 
Randall Kornegay 

Seven Springs, N. C 
Allen Ray Lamm 

Wilson, N. C. 
Linda O. Lankford 

Walnut Cove, N. C. 



Peggy Ann Lee 
Zebu/on, N. C. 

Phyllis Lucas 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Arthur Grant Mangum 
Walstonburg, N. C. 

Howard R. Manning 
Middlesex, N. C. 



Mary Ann Marchant 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Kay Martin 
Zebulon, N. C. 

William Junius Matthews 
Henderson, N. C. 

Edward W. Miles 
Walstonburg, N. C. 



Guy F. Miller 

Rougemont, N. C. 

Sandra Modlin 
Willismston, N. C. 

Linda Morris 
Wilson, N. C. 

H. Allen Murphy, Jr. 
W/7son, N. C. 



J. David Mustian 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Judith Alenia Neighbors 

Benson, N. C. 
Arthur L. Noell 

Durham, N. C. 
Mary Ellen Norman 

Sanford, N. C. 



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Lois Frances Nuskan 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Kenneth Wayne Odom 
Conway, N. C. 

Jimmie C. O'Neal, Jr. 

Knightdale, N. C. 
Rachelle O'Neal 

Middlesex, N. C. 



Melva Elleze Overman 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Agnes Pearson 

Wilson, N. C. 
Durwood Stone Pegram 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Kay Pittman 

Kenly, N. C. 



Donald Rand 
Richlands, N. C. 

Nancy Jean Roberson 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 

Carol Mae Ross 

Muskegon, Michigan 

Claudette Eve Saleeby 
Wilson, N. C. 



Kathleen G. Scott 

Kenly, N. C. 
Betty Lou Shackelford 

Fremont, N. C. 

James D. Silverthorne 
Washington, N. C. 

Joseph M. Sloop 
A/It. Ulla, N. C. 



Charles Lamar Smith 

Angler, N. C. 
Cynthia Joy Smith 

Gastonia, N. C. 
Gladys Smith 

Griffon, N. C. 
Jimmie D. Spell 

Salemburg, N. C. 



Lorraine Storey 

Murfreesboro, N. C. 

Judy Lynette Strickland 

Clinton, N. C. 
Marion Sumerlin 

Pinetops, N. C. 
John Sumrell 

Harbinger, N. C. 





Robert C. Sutton 

Sanford, N. C. 
Betty Ann Thomas 

Waycross, Ga. 
Bill Thomas 

Williamston, N. C. 
Claudia Tolston 

Elm City, N. C. 



James Henry Trader 

Wilson, N. C. 
Marceline Stevens Tucker 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Eleanor Ray Turner 

Wilson, N. C. 



Joyce Tyndall 
Kinston, N. C. 



Tucker Uzzle 

Wilson's Mills, N. C. 
Beverly June Vick 

Bailey, N. C. 
Guy Wally Vick 

Nashville, N. C. 

Joyce J. Vick 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Margaret Walker 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Lou Warner 

Washington, N. C. 

Roland L. Waterfield, Jr. 

Pungoteague, Va. 
Rebecca Webb 

Wilson, N. C. 



Nancye Weddle 
Asheville, N. C. 

Hubert Westbrook 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Myra Jane White 
Kinston, N. C. 

Lester S. Whitley 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 



Carolyn Whitworth 
Fremont, N. C. 

Oneida Williams 
Pine Tops, N. C. 

Rodney Williams 
Four Oaks, N. C. 

Barbara Jean Wilson 
Selma, N. C. 



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Barbara F. Winstead 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Ed Worley 

Whiteville, N. C. 

Richard Ullom 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Pete Johnson 
Wilson, N. C. 




President Arthur D. Wenger of Atlantic Christian talks with North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford about industry and higher education while 
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President— Bill Alexander 
Vice President— Dale Williamson 
Treasurer— Gwen Humphrey 
Secretary— Linda Watkins 



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William Ray Alexander, Washington, N.C. 

Mary Allen, Ayden, N.C. 

Aneita Altman, Dunn, N.C. 

Carole Princess Barber, Charleston, S.C. 



Sue W. Bass, Dunn, N.C. 
William S. Bass Jr., Lucama, N.C. 
Glenda Carol Benson, 
Gareth Birch, Spokane, Washington 



Robert C. Bishop, Philadelphia, Pa 
Barbara Bland, Willard, N.C. 
Sylvia Ann Boykin, Sims, N.C. 
Billy Wall Boyette, Kenly, N.C. 



Linda Bridgers, Wilson, N.C. 
Ann Brinson, Arapahoe, N.C. 
Faye Brinson, Arapahoe, N.C. 
Lennis Brinson Jr., Wilson, N.C. 



Nancy Elizabeth Britt, Colerai'n, N.C. 
Nellie MacBryan, Mt. Olive, N.C. 
June Elizabeth Burwell, Oxford, N.C. 
Bobby Byerly, Lexington, N.C. 



Judith Cahoon, Englehard, N.C. 
Linda Faye Cale, Wilson, N. C. 
Daniel W. Capps, Rocky Mount, N.C. 
John H. Chapman, Pinetops, N.C. 



Janelle Childress, Winter Haven, Fla. 
Charles Cockrell, Kenly, N.C. 
Betty Kaye Condon, Winton, N.C. 
Dorcas Cox, Washington, N.C. 



Henry Cox, Wa/sfonburg, N.C. 

John A. Cox Jr., Fayetteville, N.C. 

Jean Daniel, Elm City, N.C. 

Ludie Jacqueline Daughtry, Clinton, N.C. 




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Effie Ann Davis, Wilson, N.C. 
Helen Mae Davis, Middlesex, N.C. 
Alice Faye Dixon, Griffon, N.C. 
James L. Earp, Seima, N.C. 




Evelyn Edwards, Mr. Olive, N.C. 
Johnny Brooks Edwards, Fair Bluff, N.C. 
William Elwood Elmore, Deep Run, N.C. 
John Eskew, Atlanta, Ga. 



Thomas J. Etheridge Jr., Englehard, N.C. 
Dale Fillingame, Midway, Ga. 
Mary Joan Flowers, Wilson, N.C. 
Robert Franklin Lindley, Jacksonville, Fla. 



Patsy Gardner, Saratoga, N.C. 
Beverly Taylor Gautier Jr., Washington, N.C. 
Hilda Annette Griffin, Wilson, N.C. 
Elaine Goodwin, Raleigh, N.C. 




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Reggie Goodwin, Raleigh, N.C. 
George Erick Griffin, Wilson, N.C. 
Tempie Ann Griffin, Wendell, N.C. 
Ralph Gurganus, Plymouth, N.C. 



Gracie Gwalfney, Kinston, N.C. 
Helen Haneman, West Norfolk, Vs. 
Anne Marie Hardy, Kinston, N.C. 
Mildred Davis Hayes, Wilson, N.C. 



Carol Ruth Harper, Deep Run, N.C. 
Rebecca Harrison, Wilson, N.C. 
Jerry Herndon, Apex, N.C. 
Alfred Francis Hicks, Wilson, N. C. 



Arthur Thomas High, Wilson, N.C. 

Joe Hines, La Grange, N.C. 

Judy Hines, Selma, N.C. 

Patricia Blanche Hines, Kinston, N.C. 



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Jane Gold Howell, Kenly, N.C. 
Gwen Humphrey, Bartow, Fta. 
Donald Ivey, Wilson, N.C. 
Allyce Yvonne Jeanes, Sims, N.C. 



Charles Richard Johnson, Gasronia, N.C. 
Larry Phillip Johnson, Raleigh, N.C. 
Sylvia Joyner, Rocky Mount, N.C. 
Evan Richard Keel, Goldsboro, N.C. 




William S. Lamb, Wilson, N.C. 
James Thomas Lamm, W;7son / N.C. 
Glenn David Langston, Four Oaks, N.C. 
Roger Langston, Wilson, N.C. 




Edward A. Lawerence, Beaufort, N.C. 
Rose Marie Lee, Arapahoe, N.C. 
John Harold Lemons, Shelby, N.C. 
John David Mcintosh, Wilson, N.C. 




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Joanne McSwain, White Lake, N.C. 
Samuel T. Moore, Jr., Wilson, N.C. 
William Moore, Harrells, N.C. 
Joseph Morton, Robersonville, N.C. 



Joyce Faye Murphy, Rose Hill, N.C. 
Thomas Parham, Robbins, N.C. 
Shirley Ruth Parker, Jacksonville, N.C. 
Ted Peacock, Wilson, N.C. 



Anna Gertrude Peel, Evereffs, N.C. 
Sylvia Petterson, Charleston, S.C. 
Kenneth Wayne Piaster, Bassett, Va. 
James William Porter, Whiteville, N.C. 



Bettie Carolyn Powell, W<7son, N.C. 

Nancy Powell, Lucama, N.C. 

Melvin Purvis, Carthage, N.C. 

William Randolph Reese, Henderson, N.C. 



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Carlaine Jones Richards, Washington, D.C. 
Charles E. Rivenbark, Wallace, N.C. 
Jackie Rivenbark, Lexington, N.C. 
Norman Russell, Kinsfon, N.C. 



Pat Roberson, Durham, N.C. 
Jimmy Robinson, Rose Hill, N.C. 
Leonard Rouse Jr., Goldsboro, N.C. 
Sybol Sanderford, Zebulon, N.C. 



Inez Sasser, Pikeviile, N.C. 
Sebran Sasser, Mt. Olive, N.C. 
Elmo B. Shearin, Jr., Littleton, N.C. 
Nancy Elizabeth Smith, Griffon, N.C. 



Ray Smith, Robbins, N.C. 
Thomas Aubrey Smith, New Bern, N.C. 
Robert Stone, Portsmouth, Ohio 
Ralph D. Stroud, Seven Springs, N.C. 



Mary Anna Taylor, Stovall, N.C. 
Mary Elizabeth Taylor, Wilson, N.C. 
Billy D. Toler, Goldsboro, N.C. 
Dalton Ronald Tomlinson, W;/son, N.C. 



Nan Vanderford, Robersonville, N.C. 
Carolyn Jannete Vann, Zebulon, N.C. 
Mary Gold Wallace, Albertson, N. C. 
Carolyn Waller, Wilson, N.C. 



Mrs. Joyce B. Warren, Newton Grove, N.C. 
Linda Gayle Watkins, Durham, N.C. 
Harriet L. Watson, Wilson, N.C. 
Linda Weaver, Rich Square, N.C. 



Mary Lu Webb, Wilson, N.C. 
Judith Ellen Whitley, Goldsboro, N.C. 
Randy Whitley, Ahoskie, N.C. 
Shirley JoAnn Wiggs, Smithfield, N.C. 




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Bonnie Jane Williams, Wilson, N.C. 
Preston Dale Williamson, Hamlet, N.C. 
Alease Willoughby, Ahoskie, N.C. 
James Thomas Wilson, Wilson, N.C. 



Charles R. Woodall Jr., Selma, N.C. 

Judith McQueen Parrish, Winston-Salem, N.C. 




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President— Ken Thornton 
Vice President— Oden Latham 
Treasurer— Judy Blythe 
Secretary— Eloise Reel 



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David Alford, Middlesex, N.C. 
Albert G. Atkins, Hillsboro, N.C. 
George Angel, Madison, N.C. 
James G. Aycock, Fremont, N.C. 
Fred Ayscue, Henderson, N.C. 
Johnnie Baker, Wilson, N.C. 



Harry Barker, Sfe//a, N.C. 

Edwin H. Barnes, Jr., Wilson, N.C. 

Julian S. Barnhill,' Jr., Windsor, N.C. 

James Bartlett, Goldsboro, N.C. 

Ronald Lincoln Bass, Spring Hope, N.C. 

Maurice Belanger, Colon, Republic of Panama 



Linda Benson, Clayton, N.C. 
James G. Bishop, Wilson, N.C. 
James W. Black, Sarasota, Fla. 
Judith Blythe, Wilson, N.C. 
John Boyd, Washington, N.C. 
Sara Boyette, Kenly, N.C. 



Rebecca Brantley, Zebulon, N.C. 
Bobby Browder, St. Stephen, S.C. 
Bernard A. Brown, Raleigh, N.C. 
Mary Jo Buffaloe, Garner, N.C. 
Barbara Bullock, Fairmont, N.C. 
Carolyn Bunn, Zebulon, N.C. 



Linda Bunn, Sims, N.C. 
Linda Gray Carroll, Autryville, N.C. 
Neva Cheek, Durham, N.C. 
Elizabeth Clayton, Fayetteville, N.C. 
Patricia Collins, Charlotte, N.C. 
Robert L. Corbett, Wilson, N.C. 



Nancy Cowper, Gatesville, N.C. 
Tony Crady, Walstonburg, N.C. 
Bonnie Cuddington, Fremont, N. C. 
Patricia Davenport, Dover, N.C. 
Ann Deans, Wilson, N.C. 
Grover T. Dees, Go/dsboro, N.C. 



Goldie Douglas, Sanford, N.C. 
Ronald T. Douglas, Rocfcwood, Jenn. 
Maurice Edmundson, Fremont, N.C. 
William J. Edmondson, Leggett, N.C. 
Jonas D. Edwards, Pinetops, N.C. 
Thomas H. Elam, Kinston, N.C. 



Ronnie Ellis, Kinston, N.C. 
Neal Elmore, Dover, N.C. 
Betty Jo Evans, Wilson, N.C. 
Emily Jean Evans, Lucama, N.C. 
William H. Feetham, Fenton, Mich. 
Linda Forrest, Roxboro, N.C. 




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Rhea Forrest, Brunson, S.C. 
Hartwell Fuller, Jr., Pinetops, N.C. 
Wilma Gay, Zebulon, N.C. 
Max R. Gessner, Goldsboro, N.C. 
John R. Gettinger, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
William Henry Gill, Hamlet, N.C. 



Clarence Godwin, Cofield, N.C. 
Roy A. Godwin, Kenly, N.C. 
Virginia Grady, Mt. Olive, N.C. 
Judy Gray, Raleigh, N.C. 
Ann Griffin, Burner, N.C. 
Robert Gulledge, Lakeview, N.C. 



Johnnie Hales, Middlesex, N.C. 
Evans Hall, Rocky Mount, N.C. 
Quiton Hare, Jr., Go/c/sboro, N.C. 
Elizabeth Harris, Kinston, N.C. 
Virginia Hayes, Wilson, N.C. 
Nancy Hickman, Garner, N.C. 



Johnnie Faye High, Wilson, N.C. 
Judy Hinnant, Goldsboro, N.C. 
Daveda Hope, Clinton, N.C. 
Rex L. Home, Kinston, N.C. 
Janice Howell, Kenly, N.C. 
Sandra Huggins, Elizabethtown, N.C. 



Lawrence F. Hurst, Durham, N.C. 

Lynette Jefferson, Washington, N.C. 

Judy Jenkins, Winder, Ga. 

Mary E. Johnston, Tennille, Ga. 

Sylvia Johnson, Kelford, N.C. 

William Revil Jones Jr., Spring Hope, N.C. 



Richard Keel, Robersonville, N.C. 

Janet C. Kelly, Sanford, N.C. 

William L. Kilpatrick, Ft. Barnwell, N.C. 

Linda Koon, Grifton, N.C. 

Charles Holden Lamm, Lucama, N.C. 

Janice Lamm, Wilson, N.C. 



Fay Lancaster, Stantonsburg, N.C. 
Robert Learoyd, Raleigh, N.C. 
Douglas Ledbetter, Atlanta, Ga. 
Carolyn Lee, Elm City, N.C. 
Mary Ruth Long, Tarboro, N.C. 
Bobby Lynch, Macon, N.C. 



Sybil V. Maddox, Sanford, N.C. 
Emma Louise Matthews, Wilson, N.C. 
Andrea McBride, Morehead City, N.C. 
Dwight A. McKeown, Arlington, Va. 
Evelyn Medlin, Louisburg, N.C. 
Sandling Merritt, Clinton, N.C. 



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Elizabeth Ann Mewborn, Goldsboro, N.C. 
Ann Miller, Kinston, N.C. 
Diane Moore, Wilson, N.C. 
Robert Moore, Spring Hope, N.C. 
Tommie Morgan, Kinston, N. C. 
Patricia Neal, Wilson, N.C. 



Anne O'Berry, Dudley, N.C. 
Douglas L. Ouzts, Atlanta, Ga. 
Rebecca Overton, Rocky Mount, N.C. 
Johnnie Owens, Wilson, N.C. 
Glenda Parker, Benson, N.C. 
David Peebles, Raleigh, N.C. 



Horace Piner, Jr., Wilson, N.C. 
Lacy B. Poe II, Raleigh, N.C. 
Marian Pulley, Durham, N.C. 
Linda Porter, Newton Grove, N.C. 
Irving Powell, Robersonville, N.C. 
Linda Price, Seven Springs, N.C. 



Walter T. Price, Nashville, N. C. 

Betty Purser, Griffon, N.C. 

Janet Sue Pyles, Wilson, N.C. 

George T. Pyzsin, III, Fayetteville, N.C. 

Bob Raiford, Snow Hill, N.C. 

Karen Rom, Notodden, Norway 



Bill Redding, Wilson, N.C. 
Eloise Reel, New Bern, N.C. 
James N. Register, Clinton, N.C. 
Richard L. Rivers, Atlanta, Ga. 
Dennis S. Rogers, Wilson, N.C. 
Jimmie Rouse, Kenly, N.C. 



Mary Todd Satterfield, Wendell, N.C. 
Chester Spruill, Roper, N.C. 
Dorothy E. Smith, Goldsboro, N.C. 
Judith Smith, Willow Springs, N.C. 
Phyllis Stephenson, Smithfield, N.C. 
Sandra Stott, Bailey, N.C. 



Virginia Sullivan, Wilson, N.C. 
Linda Summers, Beaufort, N.C. 
Douglas Swain, Beaufort, N.C. 
Lonnie S. Taylor, Sims, N.C. 
John Thigpen, Pikeville, N.C. 
Rachel M. Thorne, Elm City, N.C. 



Kenneth Thornton, Newton Grove, N.C. 
John C. Todd, Wendell, N.C. 
Barbara Turner, Wilson, N.C. 
Carolyn Tyson, Wilson, N.C. 
Mary Edna Vick, Bailey, N.C. 
Jimmy B. Waddell, Kenly, N.C. 




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Gerald Walston, Wilson, N.C. 
Evelyn Weathers, Wendell, N.C. 
Jackie Webb, Wilson, N.C. 
Sandra Webb, Wilson, N.C. 
Thomas West, Fremont, N.C. 
Bobby R. West, Saratoga, N.C. 



Willard N. West, Jr., Selma, N.C. 
Mary Louise Westphal, Wilson, N.C. 
Betty Wetmore, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 
Sandra Whaley, Kinston, N.C. 
Ann Whitley, Zebulon, N.C. 
Barbara Whitley, Walstonburg, N.C. 



Frank Whitley, Smithfield, N.C. 
Charles Williams, Jr., Greensboro, N.C. 
James Williams, Pinetops, N.C. 
James O. Williams, Wilson, N.C. 
Alice Williamson, Aurora, N.C. 
Billy Winstead, Decatur, Ga. 



Edith Woodard, Micro, N.C. 
Barbara Wooten, Elm City, N.C. 
Julius Wooten, Macclesfield, N.C. 
Luther Wooten, Macclesfield, N.C. 
Dell Yelverton, Fremont, N.C. 
Charles Zinger, Wilson, N.C. 






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ORGANIZATIONS 



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AMPUS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



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Each student at Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege is a member of the Campus Christian 
Association. The purpose of the organiza- 
tion is to provide the religious life of 
the campus with stimulating chapel pro- 
grams throughout the year, and an in- 
spiring Religious Emphasis Week. A cab- 
inet, made up of representatives from the 
various denominations on campus, plans 
and directs the activities for the year. This 
year such events as an "African King" 
contest and an amusement carnival pro- 
vided proceeds for the World University 
Service. 





OFFICERS 



CHRISTIAN WORKSHOP 




The Christian Workshop is attended by all religion majors regardless of their church affiliation. 
It provides a time for all religion majors to gather together and share their problems and ideas. 



CHORUS 



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STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 




The name of the campus government is "The Cooperative Association of Atlantic 
Christian College." All students upon payment of a student activities fee and 
all faculty and administrative personnel under contract are members. The primary 
purpose of the Cooperative Association is to provide the necessary organization 
for carrying out the duties of a campus government. It is considered essential 
that these duties at all times be consistent with the ideals of a church-related 
institution of higher education. The affairs of the association are handled by 
an executive board composed of eleven students, one faculty member elected 
by the faculty, and the Director of Guidance and Student Life. Student members 
of the executive board are elected in a general election every spring. 



David V. Smith 




Kenneth Ear! Bryan 




Zarelda Walston 





Bette Pomfrey 



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EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEES 



SOCIAL 




ASSEMBLY and CONCERT 



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HARPER HALL 




WOMEN'S 
DORMITORY 
COUNCIL 



CALDWELL HALL 




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MEN'S 

DORMITORY 
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HACKNEY HALL 



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TUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




The purpose of the Student National Education 
Association is to acquaint prospective teachers with 
the history, ethics, and program of the teaching 
profession; and to interest the best young men 
and women in education as a life long career. The 



members of the Student National Education Associa- 
tion have a genuine interest in the teaching profes- 
sion. The members participate in several educational 
activities throughout the year including a state- 
wide conference in the spring. 



BUSINESS CLUB 




The purpose of the Business Club is to form an 
environment which will help students become a 
more distinct asset to the field of business admin- 
istration and business education. Its membership 
consists of students who have had at least one 



business course and have a keen interest in busi- 
ness. Among other interesting activities during 
the year, the Business Club is given an oppor- 
tunity to tour business functions in the community 
during College Appreciation Week. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 



The Science Club increases the interest 
in science on campus, and provides new 
areas of investigation for science majors 
and minors. Students working for either 
a major or a minor in science who have 
at least a C average in science courses, 
and have been students for at least one 
semester are eligible for membership. 




POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 




The objectives of Pi Alpha are to bring 
about an awareness of politics at all levels 
and to provide the opportunity for dis- 
cussion of political matters. Any student 
with a 1.5 quality point average, at least 
three hours in government, and a keen 
interest in politics is eligible for mem- 
bership. 



SIGMA PI ALPHA 



Sigma Pi Alpha National Honorary Lan- 
guage Fraternity was founded at North 
Carolina State College in 1926. The Alpha 
Gamma Chapter was organized on our 
campus in 1 952. Members are selected for 
their interest and scholastic achievement 
in language. The objective of Sigma Pi 
Alpha is to stimulate interest in and to 
acquire a more intimate knowledge of 
the customs and culture of foreign coun- 
tries. 




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GOLDEN KNOT HONOR SOCIETY 




Members of the Golden Knot Honor Society are 
honored for their excellence in scholarship, leadership, 
and character. Its purpose is to promote greater interest 



in academic achievement on campus and to honor 
those students who have achieved this success. 



CIRCLE K 



The Circle K Club is the college branch of 
the Kiwanis International. Members are 
chosen for scholarship, leadership, and 
service. Recently extended to our campus, 
the Circle K Club sponsors many service 
projects during the year which benefit both 
the college and the community. One of the 
many service projects this year was a very 
successful Crusade for CARE project. 




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STAGE AND SCRIPT 




OFFICERS 




The Stage and Script Club offers students the 
experience of participating in dramatic produc- 
tions, and provides pleasure and entertainment 
for all who care for such activities and presenta- 
tions. Apprentice membership is offered to any 
student interested in dramatics, and full member- 
ship can be acquired by participation in a produc- 
tion either by performance or backstage assist- 
ance. This year the Stage and Script presented 
several very successful plays, including "Shak- 
untala," and "The Glass Menagerie." 



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THE COLLEGIATE 




THE COLLEGIATE STAFF 



The Collegiate, official student newspaper, 
covers all campus activities in its weekly publica- 
tions. It serves not only to review and to record 
campus happenings, but to present feature 
material which stimulates open discussions, pro- 
viding a means for the voicing of student opinion. 



Not Pictured: 
DAN SHINGLETON 
Business Manager 




T. RILEY 
Co-Editor 




ALTON LEE 
Co-Editor 



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PINE KNOT 




PINE KNOT STAFF 



The creation and production of any kind 
of book is an adventure, both exciting and 
rewarding, both frustrating and grim. In 
many respects the creation of a college 
annual is even more challenging than any 
other type of book. It is not enough for 
the editor and his staff to write about 
campus activities and personalities. It is not 
enough to fill a book with hundreds of 
pictures. These things do certainly record the 
year's activities, and probably something of 
the school's spirit. But that is not enough. 
The Pine Knot must do all this and more; it 
must have a life of its own. It is believed 
that this annual will reflect the spirit of 
individuality and if it does it is because the 
staff has worked many long hours to make 
this year's Pine Knot the best ever produced 
at Atlantic Christian College. For, in spite 
of delay, and unforeseen obstacles, the staff 
has worked steadily toward the realization 
of the 1961 Pine Knot. 




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SALLY McLEAN 
Editor 




GREEKS 



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DELTA SIGMA 




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Sybil Hill 
President 




Delta Sigma Sorority was founded in 1935. 
Its purposes are to foster better friendship among 
students on campus, to raise the standards of 
the girls at Atlantic Christian College, and to 
cooperate with the faculty and other organizations 
on campus. The colors are green and yellow, 
and the yellow chrysanthemum is the sorority 
flower. Delta Sigma is the sister sorority of Sigma 
Pi Fraternity. 




PLEDGES 



Betty Glynn Godwin 
Lois Nushan 






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SISTERS 



Aneita Altman 
Barbara Bland 
Lynne Crews 
Sybil Hill 
Janice Huggins 
Judith Parrish 




OFFICERS 

President— Sybil Hill 
Vice President— Shirley Lawrence 
Secretary— Lynne Crews 
Treasurer— Aneita Altman 




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OMEGA CHI 




Elizabeth Winborne 
President 




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Founded in 1956, Omega Chi Sorority is the 
youngest sorority on campus, but since its be- 
ginning it has grown rapidly. The purpose of its 
sisterhood is to develop among young women 
an organization which stands for good scholar- 
ship, high religious ideals, and for wholehearted 
cooperation with the school. The motto is: "Loy- 
alty, cooperation, knowledge, and love." Its 
colors are red and white, and the red carnation 
is the sorority flower. Omega Chi Sorority is the 
sister sorority of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. 




PLEDGES 



Judy Blythe 
Neva Cheek 
Linda Corbett 
Nancy Cowper 
Pat Davenport 
Goldie Douglas 



Betty Jo Evans 
Virginia Grady 
Ann Griffin 
Ann Hayes 
Nancy Hickman 
Judy Jenkins 



Mary Johnston 
Janet Kelly 
Mary Ruth Long 
Ann Miller 
Becky Overton 
Eloise Reel 









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SISTERS 

Peggy Bivens 
Ann Brinson 
JoAnn Ellis 
Mary Sue Fisher 
Bobbie Jean Grady 
Elaine Goodwin 



Hilda Griffin 
Tempie Ann Griffin 
Helen Haneman 
Patricia Hines 
Gwen Humphrey 
Suebelle Jackson 



Joyce Johnson 
Barbara Keen 
Janice Kilby 
Eleanor King 
Mary Ann Marchant 
Shirley Patsy May 



Linda Mills 
Linda Morris 
Anna Peele 
Sylvia Petterson 
Nancy Roberson 
Sybol Sanderford 



Kay Strum 
Nan Vanderford 
Carolyn Vann 

Carolyn Waller 
Linda Watkins 
Nancye Weddle 



Elizabeth Wells 

Myra White 

Elizabeth Ann Winborne 





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OFFICERS 



President— Liz Winborne 
Vice President— Suebelle Jackson 
Recording Secretary— Kay Strum 
Corresponding Secretary—Peggy Bivins 
Treasurer— Bobbie Jean Grady 




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PHI SIGMA TAU 




Judy Bissette 
President 




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Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, chartered in 1912, is 
the oldest Greek letter organization on campus. 
The purpose of its sisterhood is to unite members 
in sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one 
another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote 
, the moral and social culture of its members, and 
by associated effort to promote the standards of 
our campus. Phi Sigma Tau has as its motto: 
"Not for one, but for all." Its colors are black 
and gold, and the yellow chrysanthemum is the 
sorority flower. Phi Sigma Tau is the sister sorority 
to Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. 




PLEDGES 



Audrey Alphine 
Judith Bailey 
Joyce Barwick 
Mary Jo Buffalo 
Carolyn Bunn 
Elizabeth Clayton 



Linda Carroll 
Jaxie Daughtry 
Jewel Felts 
Patsy Hall 
Anne Hardy 
Daveda Hope 



Janice Lamm 

Peggy Ann Lee 

Patricia Neal 

Betsy Powell 

Janie Pyles 

Mary Todd Satterfield 



Lorriane Storey 
Barbara Turner 
Joyce Tyndall 
Lee Weathers 
Mary Louise Westphal 



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SISTERS 

Carole Barber 
Janice Barwick 
Glenda Benson 
Judy Bissett 
Sylvia Boykin 
Elizabeth Brinson 



Cinda Bunting 
June Burwell 
Linda Cale 
Ruby Carlton 
Ann Cartwright 
Janelle Childress 



Mary Ellen Creech 
Glenyce Davis 
Sue Wheeler Denning 
Prances Evett 
Shirlie Gaskins 
Carol Harper 



Mildred Hayes 
Sally McLean 
Bette Pomfrey 
Carlaine Richards 
Jackie Rivenbark 
Pat Roberson 



Claudette Saleeby 
Cynthia Smith 
Gladys Smith 
Nancy Smith 
Vickie Lynn Stott 
Mary Anna Taylor 



Betty Ann Thomas 
Tucker Uzzle 
Margaret Walker 
Zarelda Walston 
Lou Warner 
Hariett Watson 



President— Judy Bissette 
Vice President— Margaret Walker 
Treasurer— Carole Barber 
Secretary— Mary Lu Webb 




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SIGMA TAU CHI 




Linda Lankford 
President 




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The Purpose of Sigma Tau Chi sorority is to 
promote high standards of moral living, ethical 
conduct, and spiritual values among the members 
of this organization as well as among the student 
body. The colors are white and yellow, and the 
sorority flower is the chrysanthemum. Sigma Tau 
Chi is the sister sorority of Delta Sigma Phi 
Fraternity. 




Patricia Collins 
Effie Ann Davis 
Elizabeth Harris 
Sandy Huggins 
Sylvia Johnson 



Kay Martin 
Judy Mills 
Johnne Owens 
Julia Theodore 
Linda Weaver 



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SISTERS 



Dolly Ann Barron 
Jean Bazemore 
Patricia Belangia 
Janet Blackwood 
Clinton Bunn 
Faye Brinson 



Nancy Britt 
Nellie Bryan 
Judith Collins 
Evelyn Edwards 
Becky Jo Flora 
Suzanne Goudy 



Peggy Green 
Flora Griffin 
Gracie Gwaltney 
Ann Hamilton 
Linda Lankford 
Rose Lee 



Ida Sue Neighbors 
Arlene Rabil 
Sandra Spell 
Judy Strickland 
Janet Rose Warren 
Alease Willoughby 





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ALPHA SIGMA PHI 




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James Abrams 
President 





OFFICERS 

James Abrams 
Julius Woody 
Johnny Edwards 
Charles Smith 



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BROTHERS 



James Abrams 
Jimmy Lewis Adams 
William S. Bass Jr. 
Johnny B. Edwards 
Randel Kornegay 



Marshall Parvin Jr. 
Charles Smith 
Robert Stroud 
Robert C. Sutton 
Julius Woody 



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Bailey Swerffeger 
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Delta Sigma Phi International Fraternity was 
founded in 1925. The Delta lota Chapter was in- 
stalled on our campus March 16, 1958. This Chap- 
ter, which became the first national fraternity at 
Atlantic Christian, grew out of a local social 
fraternity, Phi Kappa Alpha. The purpose of Delta 
Sigma Phi Fraternity is to provide a spirit of closer 
fellowship and to promote the cause of fraternal- 
ism on the campus. 




PLEDGES 



Jeff Adams 
James Black 
Jack Boyd 
Thomas Elam 
Stacy Lamb 
Robert Leoaryd 



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BROTHERS 




William Barker 
George Barkley 
David Barriger 
Leonard Barlow 
William Brockett 



Kenneth Bryan 
Jay Dixon 
William Ethridge 
Robert Matthews 
William Mayo 



Steve Mercer 
William Merritt 
Durwood Pegram 
Milton Roush 
William Shouldice 



Aubrey Smith 
Elliot Smith 
James Spell 
Bailey Swertfeger 
Charles Woodard 





OFFICERS 



President— Bailey Swertfeger 
Vice President— Bill Shouldice 
Treasurer— Jimmy Spell 
Secretary— Milton Rouse 







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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




Dave Mustian 
President 




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Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded in 1901 at 
Richmond College in Virginia. In numbers of 
chapters, it is the second largest in the world. 
N.C. lota chapter was founded on our campus 
April 26, 1958. This Chapter grew out of a local 
social fraternity, Sigma Rho Phi, which was 
founded at Atlantic Christian College. The pur- 
poses of Sigma Phi Epsilon are to develop a fel- 
lowship within the fraternity based on high moral 
and religious standards, and to provide an or- 
ganization which will be a distinct asset to the 
college and community. 




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PLEDGES 



Jay Bamhill 
Maurice Belanger 
John Boyd 
Reggie Goodwin 
Rex Home 



John Leach 
David Peebles 
Bob Raiford 
Ken Thornton 
Frank Whitley 



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Bill Alexander 
Bill Bowling 
Gene Byerly 
John Cox 
Richard Johnson 
George McCelland 



Tommy Moore 
Floyd Morgan 
Dave Mustian 
Ken Odom 
Jimmy Silverthorne 
fiave Smith 



Bob Swanson 
Bobby Swinson 
Dick Ullom 
Buddy Westbrook 
Rodney Williams 
Dee Winstead 




OFFICERS 

President— Dave Mustian 
Vice President— Jimmy Silverthorne 
Secretary— John Cox 
Comptroller— Rodney Williams 




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SIGMA PI 




Jimmy Lee Taylor 
President 




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Sigma Pi Fraternity was founded at Vincennes 
University, Vincennes, Indiana, in 1897. Beta-Rho 
chapter of Sigma Pi was founded on our campus 
April 25, 1959. It is the newest national frater- 
nity on campus. The purpose of its brother- 
hood is to encourage higher scholastic standards 
a/nong its members, to introduce and to support 
any religious, social, and educational activities 
affecting Atlantic Christian College and the frater- 
nity. 




Larry Daniel 
Doug Ledbedder 
Doug Swain 
John Todd 
Ed Worley 



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William Batchelor 
Jesse J. Duell, Jr. 
Julian William Fields 
Ralph Edward King 
Clyde Morgan 
Ernest V. Oden 




OFFICERS 

President— Jimmy Lee Taylor 
Vice President— Robert Swineford 
Secretary— Clifton White 
Treasurer— Ralph King 





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NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



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The Interfraternity Council is the law-mak- 
ing organization which governs, strengthens, 
and promotes Greek life at Atlantic Christian 
College. Each Greek letter organization is 
represented by its president and one repre- 
sentative. Each organization, having equal 
voice through their representatives, recom- 
mends, initiates, and votes to help Greek 
life as a whole. Among the many activities 
the I.F.C. planned and directed this year 
were fall and spring rush, a Greek feast, 
and a very successful Greek Week which 
included banquets, athletic activities, and 
dances. The I.F.C. also teamed with the Co- 
operative Association in sponsoring a dance 
with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Perhaps 
one of the most promising contributions the 
I.F.C. worked out this year was a program 
to advance scholarship with its member 
organizations. 







OFFICERS 



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Dorthy Jean Bazemore Judy Mae Bissette Ruby Maready Blackmore 



Mary Sue Brannan 




WHO'S WHO 
IN 

AMERICAN COLLEGES 

AND 
UNIVERSITIES 






Robert David Matthews 







Roberta Kanzer Pritchard Francis Terrill Riley 



David Vernon Smith Thomas Calvin Smith 



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Willie Milton Brannan, Jr. 



Robert Loyd Fleming 



Flora Louise Griffin 



Horace Alton Lee, Jr. 







Shirley Patsy May 



Ida Sue Neighbors 



Babetta Schroeder Persons 



Bette Blanton Pomfrey 








Wen-hsueh Sun 



Vivian Zarelda Walston 



Adrienne Louise Wells 



Edward Dewitt Winstead 



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TOP HAT DANCE 




The Top Hat Dance, a semiformal affair, is held 
at the beginning of each fall semester by Phi 
Sigma Tau. At intermission Mr. Top Hat is crowned 
from representatives of all the fraternities, sorori- 
ties, and classes on campus. Entertainment is pro- 
vided by Phi Sigma Tau pledges. 



Mr. Top Hat 




Kick Line 



124 



HARVEST DANCE 



Annually Sigma Tau Chi sponsors an informal 
Harvest Dance for the student body. Entertain- 
ment is presented by the Sigma Tau Chi pledges. 





125 



RING 
DANCE 



The Ring Dance is a semiformal dance spon- 
sored by Omega Chi Sorority in January. The 
purpose of the dance is to honor the engaged 
and newly married couples who are students at 
Atlantic Christian College. These couples are 
presented at intermission as they walk through 
a large engagement ring. 




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GLENN 
MILLER 
DANCE 



The magnificent music of the famous 
Glenn Miller Band was enjoyed 
thoroughly by the student body at the 
I.F.C. Dance. Under the direction of 
Ray McKinly, the band played many of 
Miller's famous songs, as well as some 
new ones. 

This dance is one of the highlights 
of the year on the Atlantic Christian 
College campus. 




HOMECOMING 




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MYRA WHITE 
Sponsored by Omega Chi 

FIRST RUNNER-UP 



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CAROLE BARBER 
Sponsored by 
Phi Sigma Tau 

SECOND RUNNER-UP 



PINE 

KNOT 

QUEEN 





DELLA McCULLEN 
Sponsored by 
Freshman Class m 




HOMECOMING 

QUEEN'S 

COURT 




Janelle Childress 
1ST RUNNER UP 



Liz Winborne 
2ND RUNNER UP 




Mary Louise Westphal 



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JOHNNE OWENS 
Sponsored by 

Delta Sigma Phi 133 




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Mr. Top Hat, JAMES ABRAMS 
Sponsored by 

Phi Sigma Tau 




Most Popular Freshman Girl, DELLA McCULLEN 

Sponsored by 

Delta Sigma Phi 



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AFRICAN KING 



TOMMY TEMPLE 
Sponsored by Phi Sigma Tau 



The "African King" contest was the main 
feature of an extensive program sponsored 
by the Campus Christian Association in the 
fall to raise funds in support of World 
University Service. Each Greek organization 
was asked to sponsor a boy as their con- 
testant for "African King." The winner was 
selected after participation by the candi- 
dates, posing as girls, in three fields of 
beauty competition, talent, bathing suit, and 
evening dress. Presented in the chapel, the 
contest was hilarious entertainment, and a 
profitable venture for the CCA as well. 




African King Contestants 



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BULLDOG 

COACHING STAFF 



Milton L. Adams 




Edward L. Cloyd, Jr. 


Athletic Director 


James E. McComas 
Basketball and 
Baseball Coach 


Head, Department of 
Physical Education 
Golf Coach 


Gordon E. Coker 




Robert L. Dunn 


Track and 

Cross Country Coach 




Tennis and 
Assistant Basketball 
Coach 



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TEAM RECORD 



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A.C.C 90 

A.C.C 67 

A.C.C 71 

A.C.C 75 

A.C.C 59 

A.C.C 72 

A.C.C 69 

A.C.C 75 

A.C.C 70 

A.C.C 76 

A.C.C 73 

A.C.C 64 

A.C.C 80 

A.C.C 71 

A.C.C..— -.-89 

A.C.C 68 

A.C.C 62 

A.C.C 78 



Pembroke ...81 

Catawba 54 

Pembroke 63 

Lenoir Rhyne 73 

Buffalo ____ 75 

St. Michael's 79 

Pfeiffer ._... -.71 

Wm. & Mary 62 

Western Carolina— 80 

Elon 77 

Guilford 79 

Lenoir Rhyne 88 

Appalachian 76 

Western Carolina —66 

Appalachian 68 

High Point 85 

East Carolina 61 

Elon 92 



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142 



BULLPUPS 





The Bullpups, Atlantic Christian's Junior Varsity 
team, serves as a training ground for future var- 
sity players. Many of the outstanding Bulldogs 
received valuable experience during their partici- 
pation with this team. 

Coached by Bobby Dunn, a 1959-1960 star of 
the Varsity team, the Bullpups had an excellent 
season this year. 



143 



CROSS COUNTRY 




The cross-country team participates in meets in the fall over a course of four 
miles distance and of varied terrain. This year, only one member of the team 
had previously run with the A. C. cross-county team; but experience was gained 
by all. Coach Gordon Coker looks forward to a good season next fall. 



TRACK 




144 



The track team, coached by Gordon E. Coker, participates in fifteen spring 
track and field events. Running events include sprints, middle-distance, distance, 
and high and low hurdles. Field events are shot-put, discus, javelin, pole vault, 
high jump, and broad jump. 




TENNIS 

When spring arrives at A.C.C. the 
tennis fever runs high. With the return 
of a number of veterans and some 
newcomers, the A.C.C. team should 
have a very successful year. 



GOLF 



Golf at A.C.C. this year should be 
very successful. With the return of 
former veterans and promising new 
members on the team, A.C.C. should 
have an excellent year. 




145 



BASEBALL 



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Baseball arrives with the first signs of spring at A.C.C. The A.C.C. "Bulldogs" 
coached by Jack McComas hope to have a successful season this spring. With 
the many veterans of former seasons and new blood added by new players, 
A.C.C. should have no trouble in being a top team. 




146 



INTRAMURALS 



MEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 





WOMEN'S RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION 





147 




CHEERLEADERS 



HEAD CHEERLEADER 
Elizabeth Winborne 





These girls are elected each fall by the 
student body. They have worked very 
hard this year under the direction of Liz 
Winborne to do a wonderful job of in- 
creasing school spirit at our ballgames. 



HONORARY CHEERLEADER 
Deborah Dunn 







Linda Morris 



Flora Griffin 



Janet Blackwood 



Janelle Childress 




Nancy Roberson 






Johnne Owens 



Peggie Greene 



148 



"The Best in Photography" 

RAINES AND COX 

305'/ 2 East Nash Street 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Phone 243-3935 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
From 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY 





"The 


Safe Executor" 


(Resources Over $100,000,000) 






Wilson 






Raleigh 






Magnolia 


Faison 




Selma 


Fremont 




Warsaw 


Trenton 




Kinston 


Elm City 




Wallace 


Plymouth 




New Bern 


Pikesville 




Goldsboro 


Fayetteville 




Saratoga 


Stantonsburg 




Williamston 



North Carolina 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 






HILLSIDE FLORIST, Inc. 

ERNEST T. BARNES, Owner 

"Flowers for Your Occasion" 

Decorators for Weddings and Receptions 

809 Park Avenue Telephone 243-4337 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Read the 
WILSON DAILY TIMES 

Your Daily Newspaper That 

Carries the News From 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 



BARRETT'S 
PRINTING HOUSE 

Wedding Invitations 

and 

Announcements 

DIAL 243-2820 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 




WILSON OIL CORPORATION 
JOBBERS 

Shell Oil Products — Firestone Tires 

Ward Boulevard, and Lane Street 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



WILSON 
PETROLEUM COMPANY, INC. 



Distributors of 
AMERICAN OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 
Phone 237-3101 




GROWERS COOPERATIVE WAREHOUSE, INC. 



For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco 
Highway 301 South P.O. Box 247 Telephone 243-5097 

"We Pay Patronage Dividends" 



Wilson, N. C. 



MOORE'S 

Auto Body & Paint 

Shop 




2 1 I South Pine Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

THE COUNTRY SQUIRE 

The Newest in Sportswear 

for Men and Women 

105 S. Tarboro Street Phone 243-3436 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 




READY MIX CONCRETE 

and 

MASONRY UNITS 

LINSTONE, INC. 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



FAIRVIEW PHARMACY 

REXALL DRUGS 

At Five Points in Wilson 

We Deliver Anywhere 

in the City 

Day Phone 243-5063 Night 237-1727 



rao^Jta/tj 



A* 



HUNT 
FUNERAL HOME 

W. W. SHINGLETON & SONS 



Air 
Conditioned 



24-Hour Ambulance 
Service 



100 E. Nash at Tarboro St. 



WILSON 
SPRING HOPE 
STANTONSBURG 



DIAL 243-3148 

GR 8-4492 

238-5381 



JEFFERSON GAS & 

APPLIANCE COMPANY 

Metered Bottled Gas 

Sales and Service 

RANGES WATER HEATERS 

Telephones 

Day 237-2618 Night 243-2267 

102 East Barnes Street 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



BRIDGERS 
PAINT & WALLPAPER COMPANY 

Paints, Wallpaper, Venetian Blinds, 

and Art Supplies 

125 SOUTH TARBORO STREET WILSON, N. C. 



R. E. QUINN 

of 

WILSON 



Fine Furniture 



When you 

need a little lift — 

depend on Coke 




BOTTLED UNDtB AUTHOBlTY OF THE COCA-COlA COMPANY »Y 



BARNES HARRELL CO. 



T. B. Ward 



J. W. Benson 



CAROLINA 

BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 

OF WILSON, INC. 

Building Material, Lumber, Coal, Paint 



WILSON, N. C. 
Telephone 237-0122 P.O. Box 1424 




SEALTEST FOODS-SOUTHERN DIVISION 



Phone 237-1161 
200 N. Railroad Street WILSON, N. C. 






Compliments of 

BRUCE LAMM 
STYLED MEN'S WEAR 

Where Young Men 

Like to Trade 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



ANDERSON, DEANS & 

WOODARD, INC. 

1924 GENERAL INSURANCE AND BONDS 1961 

Gold Professional Building Phone 237-1117 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



ROLAND GRADY, JR'S. 

JOHNSON 

FURNITURE STORE 

120 S. Goldsboro Street Phone 243-3050 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 






FORBES 



TRANSFER 



BRUCE'S 


WHITEHEAD 




HOT DOG STAND 


INSURANCE AGENCY 




KING OF HOT DOGS 


N. G. (BILLY) and NOBLE BLACKMAN 




901 South Goldsboro Street 


Insurance of All Kinds 




MRS. BRUCE MORGAN, Proprietor 


Real Estate 




Phone 243-2508 WILSON, N. C. 


WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 






C. WOODARD 




WILSON 


COMPANY, INC. 




FURNITURE COMPANY 


Office Supplies 




125-127 South Goldsboro Street 


Machines Furniture Equipment 




Telephone 237-3028 


105 North Douglas Street Phone 243-2450 




WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 


WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 





W. M. WIGGINS 
& COMPANY, INC. 



Plumbing and Heating 
Contractors 



606 Pender Street 



Phone 243-2891 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1961 



WILSON'S 

FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK 

OF NORTH CAROLINA 



"4 Offices fo Serve You" 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



FORMAL WEAR SALES AND RENTALS 


CHURCHWELL'S I 
INC. j 


MOSS & COMPANY, INC. 


Men's and Boys' Store 


CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST 


103 West Nash Street 


AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 


WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 






Jewelers Since 1 898 




College and Fraternal Jewelry 




Favors 




Awards 




Gifts 


WEBB'S 




WILSON SHOE STORE 


Diamonds 


WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 


Jewelry 

Silverware 




Crystal 




China 



JORDAN 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 




"Developer of Seven Hills" 
Superior Homes at Reasonable Prices 

401 Lillian Road Phone 243-2950 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



"Mother's Only Competitor" 

GOLDEN WEED GRILL 

307 Herring Avenue WILSON, N. C. 

AMERICAN CHINESE ITALIAN DISHES 



THOMAS-YELVERTON 
COMPANY 

Better Furniture 

Phone 243-3121 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



STALLING'S 

PRINTERS 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

THE CREAMERY 

FAMOUS FOR MILKSHAKES 

AND BEEFY-BURGERS 




MILLWORK COMPANY 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



JIMMIE DEMPSEY, Inc. 

210 S. Pine Street 

Complete Laundry 

and 

Dry Cleaning Service 

STA-NU FINISHING PROCESS 
Phone 237-0161 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



MATTHEW I. BOYKIN 



General Contractor 



N. C. LICENSE NO. 2054 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



For GOODness* Sakel 
eat 



'Tfct M*tle Mow* 
lM-«.i.»At.er/Ki 





WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 
Lumber and Building Materials 

'We Sell Everything to Build Anything" 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



EISStTTt'S 



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VTQK€7 



I 14 East Nash Street 
1 32 S. Goldsboro Street 



Phone 243-3131 
Phone 237-3014 



PURITY 

BAKERY, INC. 

418 East Nash Street 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Congratulations, Seniors 

From 

BELK-TYLERS 



Wilson's Complete Shopping Center 



One-Day Service 
on Color Film Processing 

JIM'S 
CAMERA CENTER 
HALLMARK CARDS 



Compliments of 

ROBERT B. ANDERSON 

POST NO. 13 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



COMPLIMENTS 



CITY 



of 



WILSON 



ITS TWEETIE'S 




FOR 
FOOD 
DRINKS 
MUSIC 
FUN 



AND FREE 

Water 
Napkins 
Toothpicks 
Conversation 
Advice 




Catering to Clubs and Organizations 
Parties, Banquets 

PARKER'S BARBECUE 

Real Pit Barbecue — Brunswick Stew 

Southern Fried Chicken 

U.S. Choice Western T-Bone Steaks 

Oysters in Season 

WILSON, N. C. Phone 237-0972 



WVOT 

WILSON RADIO COMPANY, INC. 

WILSON, N. C. Dial 243-5157 

1420 Kilocycles 

1000 Watts 



Get Speedy TV Repair 

Call 243-3088 

UNITED 

TV & ELECTRONICS SERVICE 

416 South Goldsboro Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

CHARLES R. HOWELL 243-5486 

BOB BOYETTE 237-2397 

EXPERT HOME & AUTO RADIO REPAIR 



OETTINGER'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

110 WEST NASH STREET 



MEN'S STORE 

102 EAST NASH STREET 



WILSON'S LEADING STORE 
FOR 90 YEARS 



GAY ROOFING COMPANY 

JOE GAY, Owner 



WILLIAMSON 
HEATING AND COOLING 



P.O. Box 367 Phone 243-5484 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



EASTERN MOTOR SALES, INC. 

210-214 E. Green Street Phone 237-0138 

WILSON, N. C. 

CHEVROLET 

Sales Service 




ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 
AND MAINTENANCE COMPANY 



P.O. Box 933 



Phone 243-3874 



"Quality Service at a 
Reasonable Price" 



H. M. BARNES, JR., 
Owner 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA